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Welcome to the relaunch of my personal website! I’ve spent a bit of time re-tooling the look and feel of the site. Nerds everywhere will rejoice to know that it’s completely mobile-responsive, so you can view it on your iPhone,
New Sounds have been uploaded to the sounds page. Two clips have been uploaded, the second movement of the Castérède Sonatine for Trombone, and Sure on this Shining Night from Samuel Barber’s Four Songs Op. 13, in this recording for
On March 28, 2013 I will be on the Colin McEnroe show on WNPR at 1:00pm on their program about brass musicians. The program is entitled Brass Instruments and the people who blow into them. You can stream the program live
Below is the link for tonight’s recital and a note about the program.
This Sunday, March 10, 2013 at 8:00pm in The Hartt School’s Berkman Recital Hall, I will premiere Stephen Feigenbaum’s new piece for Trombone and Piano, Feedback Loop Death. I’m very excited to give this premiere, especially since we had to delay the performance because of the blizzard last month. The entire recital will feature works written “On American Soil” including Stephen Gryc’s “con sordino” for unaccompanied trombone, Edward Diemente’s “THINGS HEARD” for trombone and electronic accompaniment, and Halsey Stevens’ Sonata for Trombone and Piano.
Hopefully many of you were able to celebrate the end of 2012 and the beginning of a fresh New Year. Thank you all who have followed my throughout my interesting 2012. The year was good to me and there were
I have a recital coming up on October 21 at 5pm at The Hartt School. Check back at 5pm tomorrow to tune in through the streaming link here.
Below are the program notes for tonight’s recital. sure on this shining night program notes and vocal texts and translations
March 31, 2012 at 8pm in Yale University’s Sprague Hall My final recital at Yale includes music that I’ve always wanted to perform or that has interested me throughout my career. Assisted again by the lovely Melody Quah and joined